Drones Becoming Ever More Popular in Shipbuilding

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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), or drones, as they are better known, are gaining in popularity in various ...

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Spotted: Giant Cranes in La La Land

Giant Cranes in La La Land

The Port of Los Angeles shared these images of new gantry cranes travelling down the LA main channel in the early ...

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Mediterranean Rescue Teams Stretched Beyond Their Means

Mediterranean Rescue Teams Stretched Beyond Their Means

The International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF) is re-launching its ‘Members Assisting Members’ webpage to help ...

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Greenwich Cruise Liner Terminal Given All-Clear

Greenwich Cruise Liner Terminal Given All-Clear

The Mayor of London’s office has given the go-ahead to build London’s first ever passenger cruise ...

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Ferguson to Build CalMac Eco Ferries

Ferguson to Build CalMac Eco Ferries

Scotland’s Ferguson Marine Engineering Limited has been selected as the preferred tenderer for the GBP 97 ...

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MIT Readies for Boxship Giants

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Manzanillo International Terminal-Panama (MIT) received four new ZPMC Super Post-Panamax gantry cranes (with 25 ...

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Drewry: What to Do with Family Silver?

What to Do with Family Silver?

The strategies of the major shipping lines regarding terminal ownership are surprisingly varied, with carriers ...

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Puerto Bahia Multi-Modal Terminal Up and Running

Puerto Bahia Multi-Modal Terminal Up and Running

Colombia-based port developer and operator Pacific Infrastructure Ventures Inc. (Pacinfra) has put into action ...

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Rotterdam Joins Indonesian Deep-Sea Port Project

Port of Rotterdam Authority Joins Indonesian Deep-Sea Port Project

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has signed a partnership agreement with the Indonesian Port Corporation Pelindo I ...

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Hyundai Heavy Back at Wärtsilä

Hyundai Heavy Back at Wärtsilä

South Korean shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has placed two contracts with Wärtsilä for seawater/propane ...

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Bolloré, CMA CGM and CHEC Win Kribi Box Terminal Concession

Bolloré, CMA CGM and CHEC Win Kribi Box Terminal Concession

A consortium formed by Bolloré Africa Logistics, French container line CMA CGM, and China Harbour Engineering ...

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UASC Boxship Catches Fire at Port of Hamburg

UASC Boxship Catches Fire at Port of Hamburg

Firefighting crews were called in to intervene today at the Port of Hamburg after one of the containers ...

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LR to Class Largest Heavy Lift Crane Vessel

LR to Class Largest Heavy Lift Crane Vessel

International classification society Lloyd’s Register (LR) has won a contract to class the world’s largest ...

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Cosco Pacific Increases Profit Despite Weaker Euro

Cosco Pacific Increases Profit Despite Weaker Euro

Hong Kong-based container terminal operator Cosco Pacific Limited, part of Cosco Group, saw a 5% dip in revenue ...

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Finnlines Returns to Wartsila for More Scrubbers

Finnlines Returns to Wartsila for More Scrubbers

Finnish shipping company Finnlines Plc, part of the Grimaldi Group, has entered into a repeat order with Wärtsilä ...

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MacGregor Hatlapa to Cull up to 100 Jobs

MacGregor Hatlapa to Cull up to 100 Jobs

Cargotec’s MacGregor is planning to lay off around 100 employees at MacGregor Uetersen site in Germany by ...

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Spotted: Sakhalin Enters 1K Club

The offloading of 1000th LNG cargo from Prigorodnoye port

Sakhalin Energy, the operator of Russia’s first LNG plant, offloaded the 1000th standard cargo of liquefied ...

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Two Injured in Gas Pipeline Blast off Louisiana

Two Injured in Gas Pipeline Blast off Louisiana

Two men were injured yesterday evening when a natural gas pipeline their Dive Support Vessel (DSV) was working on ...

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Ship Breaker Dies in Explosion in Bangladesh

Ship Breaker Dies in Explosion in Bangladesh

One worker died and two were injured in a gas pipeline blast at a ship breaking yard in Chittagong district, ...

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Euro Dockworkers Tackling Overcapacity, Automation Threats

Hamburg-Le Havre Dockworkers Tackling Overcapacity and Automation Threats

The combined unions of dockworkers in Germany, Netherlands, France, United Kingdom and Belgium as well as the ...

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One Dead, Three Injured in Floating Dry Dock in Livorno

One Dead, Three Injured in Floating Dry Dock in Livorno

One person died and three were injured after the research vessel Urania suddenly heeled portside and listed some 30 ...

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Singapore Court Fines Unlicensed Bunker Supplier

Singapore Court Fines Unlicensed Bunker Supplier

A court in Singapore has fined a bunker supplier after it pleaded guilty to providing bunker services at the Port ...

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Dangling Tender Boat Keeps Costa Mediterranean in Montenegro

Dangling Tender Boat Keeps Costa Mediterranea in Montenegro

A Costa Cruises ship was forced to reshuffle its itinerary and stay in Kotor, Montenegro, after one of its tender ...

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RoPax Newbuilding Beset by Engine Trouble

Newfoundland's RoPax Newbuilding Beset by Engine Trouble

The first of the two new CAD 50 million ferries ordered by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to serve the ...

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is a Ticking Time Bomb

Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is a Ticking Timebomb

Scientists and volunteers at the Ocean Cleanup have concluded the so-called ”Mega Expedition” aimed at ...

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Mega Boxships, Rising Demand Fueling Port Investment Race

Mega Boxships and Rising Demand Trigger Port Investment Race

Rising global container port demand and ever larger vessels are driving terminal operators to make significant ...

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Radio Holland to Look After Thome’s Champions

Radio Holland to Look After Thome's Champions

Radio Holland, part of Imtech Marine, has signed a Managed Service Agreement (MSA) with Singapore-headquartered ...

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